“(Canada) has been the mecca for mixed martial arts ever since we set foot in this country,” UFC president Dana White recently stated when talking about his company’s commitment to Canada ov...
Canada quickly establish itself as the mecca of MMA when the UFC landed there. But can they defend the honor now that Brazil has entered the fray?
With UFC 160 on deck, the Twitter Mailbag is talking heavyweights this week. Because why not? We also find time to discuss the UFC's legal options with regards to TRT, the difference be...
UFC president Dana White believes Ronda Rousey opens the door to women's MMA in the Octagon, but he's not banking on Cris Cyborg to knock that door down.
MONTREAL - At a uniformly polite pre-event presser for his return to the
cage, welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre mused that the NHL
lockout has made the UFC even bigger in Canada.
The UFC returns to Canada this week for the promotion's third and final
2012 event to take place in the nation UFC President Dana White
routinely calls a "Mecca of MMA."
There was no st...
There appears to be a crack opening in UFC President Dana White's stance about women's MMA hitting the Octagon, but it's going to take some serious science to make it happen.
The mixed martial arts scene isn't what it used to be back in the days of Pride, but UFC 144 co-main eventer Quinton "Rampage" Jackson believes it can be re-kindled.
Canadian UFC fans can expect the Ultimate Fighting Championship to return to the Great White North for at least three pay-per-view events in 2011. Read More >>
The Ontario government had a sudden change of heart Saturday and announced it will allow mixed martial arts, starting in 2011.